There are many different theories in nursing all emphasizing various ways to promote healing and wellness of a patient. This theory analysis paper focuses on the work of Jean Watson Theory of Human Caring. I came across Jean Watson’s ideas of human caring implemented in nursing. Instantly I knew this is the theory I would most like to emulate when working with patients. Her theory is challenging and motivating, but can never completely be accomplished because it is overly idealistic to be connected and involved with all the patients at that level. However, it is possible to continually strive to care deeply for each client. Understanding the client and having a personal connection with them is much more important in the healing process than following procedures. Anyone can implement a predefined set of tasks. A truly gifted nurse can relate to patients by providing emotional and spiritual well-being which in turns affects their physical well-being. Watson believes that faith, hope, and a positive outlook can greatly affect wellness even more so than medicine and tasks. This is why I picked Jean Watson’s theory. She believes in what I strive to achieve when working with people.